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Gujarat Election Not Discussed At Aiyar’s Dinner – General Deepak Kapoor

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Former COAS General Deepak Kapoor Calls Out Modi, Says ‘Gujarat Election Not Discussed At Aiyar’s Dinner’PM Modi had said that Pakistan is intriguing with congress to interfere with Gujarat decisions. He likewise looked for clarification from Congress over reports of the meet.

Dispelling any confusion air over a supper get-together at Congress pioneer Mani Shankar Aiyar’s habitation that drove Prime Minister Narendra Modi to consider ‘Pakistani interfence’ in Gujarat decisions, previous Army General Deepak Kapoor has said that residential legislative issues was not talked about at the meeting by any stretch of the imagination. “Just India-Pakistan ties,” he said. Conversing with The Indian Express, Kapoor illuminated that the supper on December 6 was gone to by 20 odd individuals – previous dipplomats, guard staffs – who had served in Pakistan sooner or later in time.

Indeed, I was a piece of the meeting and we didn’t talk about anything more than India-Pakistan relations,” Kapoor told the daily paper. The meet was held amid the visit of Pakistan’s previous remote undertakings serve Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri to India.

As indicated by the report, aside from Kapoor, previous outside pastor K Natwar Singh, previous negotiators Salman Haidar, TCA Raghavan, Sharat Sabharwal, K Shankar Bajpai and Chinmaya Gharekhan likewise were available at the supper among others. Bajpai, Raghavan and Sabharwal had filled in as Indian High Commissioners to Pakistan. Previous PM Manmohan Singh and previous VP Hamid Ansari were likewise present at the supper Another member of the supper at Aiyar’s home, told the daily paper that the meet was an ‘individual occasion’ and post supper talks included issues like fear based oppression, Hafiz Saeed, Kashmir, and so on.

Tending to a rally in Gujarat on Sunday, PM Modi said that Pakistan is intriguing with congress to interfere with Gujarat races. He likewise looked for clarification from Congress over reports of the meet.

Modi said (previous Congress serve) Mani Shankar Aiyar had called him “neech” (awful) a day after the affirmed meeting of Pakistani pioneers with top Congressmen. “There were media reports yesterday about a meeting at Mani Shankar Aiyar’s home.

It was gone to by Pakistan’s high magistrate, Pakistan’s previous outside priest, India’s previous VP and previous head administrator Manmohan Singh,” Modi said. The meeting at Aiyar’s home carried on for right around three hours, Modi said.The meeting at Aiyar’s home carried on for very nearly three hours, Modi said.

“The following day, Mani Shankar Aiyar said Modi was ‘neech’. This is a genuine issue,” he said. Modi included that Rafiq had sponsored Ahmed Patel as the following boss priest of Gujarat. “(On one side) Pakistan Army’s previous DG is meddling in

 

Gujarat’s race, on the opposite side, Pakistan’s kin are holding a meeting at Mani Shankar Aiyar’s home,” he said. “Furthermore, after that meeting, individuals of Gujarat, in reverse groups, needy individuals and Modi were offended. Wouldn’t you say such occasions raise questions,” Modi inquired. This isn’t the first occasion when that the BJP has charged Pakistan’s enthusiasm for India’s local legislative issues. In 2015, when voting was going ahead in Bihar, Party’s national president Amit Shah hosted said that if his get-together lost the decisions “by botch… saltines will be rushed in Pakistan”

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